Maritime Museum of Tasmania
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Maritime Museum of Tasmania information
Highlighting shipwrecks, boat building, whaling and Hobart’s unbreakable bond with the sea, the Maritime Museum of Tasmania has an interesting (if a little static) collection of photos, paintings, models and relics (try to resist ringing the huge brass bell from the Rhexenor ). Upstairs is the council-run Carnegie Gallery , exhibiting contemporary Tasmanian art, craft, design and photography.